Battlefield 1 Turning Tide Expansion Will Be Available in December

Battlefield 1 Turning Tide Expansion Will Be Available in December

As always, Premium Pass members will have a two week head start.

EA announced that the next Battlefield 1 expansion, Turning Tides, will be released in two waves. The first wave, which comes out on December 11 for Premium Pass owners, will drop players in the 1915 British amphibious assault of the Gallipoli peninsula.

Battlefield 1 Turning Tides' first wave includes two new maps: Cape Helles and Achi Baba. Six new weapons and two new melee weapons will also be added to your roster along with a new Infiltrator Elite Class. Since this is an amphibious assault, you can also spawn aboard the L-Class Destroyer for naval attacks.

The second wave drops in January 2018 and will take place on two new maps: Zeebrugge and Heligoland Blight in the North Sea. You'll join the Royal Marines and spawn on a C-Class Airship for aerial assaults.

As with before, Premium Pass holders have a two weeks head start with each new expansion. Two weeks after the North Sea content ends, Turning Tides will be available as a standalone expansion pack.

If you're a bit behind on the expansion packs for Battlefield 1, EA is offering the first two expansions, They Shall Not Pass and In the Name of the Tsar, as part of free trials. The trial will be available between November 22 to December 4 and between December 8 to December 10.

Also, Battlefield 1 is available at a discount for Black Friday. Check out our complete Black Friday guide for the best deal on both the Battlefield 1 Revolution edition and the Premium Pass.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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